Organisational Structure

The Art of Delegation: How to get it right by Roderic Yapp

The Delegation Model

Delegation is a core leadership skill.

If you can’t effectively delegate, you will hit a point where you become totally overloaded and you’ll become ineffective.

But few companies teach people how to effectively delegate. It’s one of those things that everyone assumes you pick up as you gather experience. The problem with this approach is that you’re basically using trial and error until you get it right – if you get it right.

There are two elements to effective delegation.

HR. What Should we be doing? by Andrew Fox

Social, political, technological and economic conditions may never in recent history have been as influx as they are today.

Neutered leaders lacking popular support to effect change (May, Merkel) and a few who seem intent on rocking the boat (Trump, Putin, Kim Jong-un) are themselves struggling to navigate the choppy waters they have helped create.  Trumps’ shameless promotion of America, his apparent disregard for Asia and his radically different approach to politics has many nervous and the uncertainty is unnerving markets.

'Where should a change delivery team sit within an organisational structure?’

BTN Event

On Tuesday 7th July Annapurna Change hosted its third Thought Leadership Round Table event at the Soho Hotel, in the heart of vibrant London. 
Hosted by Tony McKenna, Global Transformation Director of GSK, 22 Professionals representing Senior Change leadership in the UK came together to discuss the topic:

‘Where should a change delivery team sit within an organisational structure?’ 

The evening’s discussion points: 
•    How does an organisations’ structure alter the effectiveness of a change delivery team? 

Where should a Central Change Team Sit

Change Team

On Wednesday 22 April Annapurna Change hosted its second Thought Leadership Round Table event at the iconic Hamyard Hotel.

Hosted by Dereck Gannon, COO of Comic Relief, 19 Professionals representing Senior Change leadership in the UK came together to discuss the topic  

Where should a central change team sit and how does the organisational structure impact this?